Their result for The Fairness Heuristics Test ...

Order / Insurance

You scored 10% growing, 90% insuring, and 48% reducing![10]

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Your Results

Fair is distributing things equally and based on need, but also taking into consideration equality of opportunity, responsibility, and power.

You perhaps have something in common with the 10% of the U.S. population (10% of voters) whom the Pew Center identifies as Disadvantaged Democrats: pro-welfare, disenchanted with government, and anti-business.

You might prefer politically correct speech, identify as a feminist, and/or support government action or policies to enforce equality.

You would probably agree with the statement that "The World Makes People". In other words, that people's circumstances are often beyond their own control.

An empathic society, where citizens are cared for, respected, and care for others, where obedience is earned through love and respect, and government both communicates why decisions are made, and listens to citizens' questions and ideas--what George Lakoff calls the "Nurturant Parent" model of government--might appeal to you.

You might favor voluntary associations, where the good of the group comes first, and worry that we are ignoring risks that could have catastrophic consequences if we don't act to prevent them, and that you are isolated in a world of arbitrary constraints.

You might be suspicious of untested technology, believing that nature is both fragile and somewhat random.

You might fall in the South-Westerly direction on Dr. Paul Ray's New Political Compass, although you might also identify as a Cultural Creative. On the World's Smallest Political Quiz, you'd probably fall in the Left-wing (Liberal) quadrant.

If someone were to criticize you in a political debate, they'd might accuse you of not understanding how things work. On the other hand, it's possible that you've accused someone (holding political opinions different from your own) of not caring about people.

Here are all twelve possible results for the test:

Liberty/Growth Liberty/Balance Liberty/Insurance
Free/Growth Free/Balance Free/Insurance
Order/Growth Order/Balance Order/Insurance
Security/Growth Security/Balance Security/Insurance

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • growing Distribution

    They scored 10% on growing, higher than 12% of your peers.

  • insuring Distribution

    They scored 90% on insuring, higher than 91% of your peers.

  • reducing Distribution

    They scored 48% on reducing, higher than 46% of your peers.

  • LR-LL Distribution

    They scored 10% on LR-LL, higher than 9% of your peers.

All possible test results

Security / Insurance

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Security / Balance

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Security / Growth

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Order / Insurance

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Order / Balance

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Order / Growth

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Free / Insurance

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Free / Balance

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Free / Growth

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